The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on July 1, 1957 · Page 10
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 10

Freeport, Texas
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Monday, July 1, 1957
Page 10
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Wf W/U BE CLOSED ON JULY 4th ALL DAY! PURE-GOLD FROZEN LEMONADE NAPKINS PLATES VIENNAS PICKLES DRINK CUPS MAYONNAISE CHARCOAL 6-01. Tin 10 PERT PAPER WHITE — 9" PKG. OF 40 COLORED—• 9" PKG. OF 3J KINGAN'S RELIABLE SAUSAGES RAINBO KOSHER HAMBURGER SLICES DIXIE —FOR COLD DRINKS ANN PAGE IMPROVED ,39* 2*29* 16-of. Ian of 25 Ouort Jar CAMPFIRE BRIQUETTES Other Paper Special* PLASTiC-COAltO — HOT DPi'« PAPER CUPS 2^39c WHiTE OP. COLORED PAPER PLATES .-'!fc89c General Picnic Needs BONDWAP.E PlASriC RE-US/ELE FORKS & SPOONS .VMOc SMOKEY HOLLOW HICKORY CHIPS _.V," 35r MARVtL CHARCOAL nn LIGHTER FLUID "<#29c MORTON S MINIATURE SALTERS IM^.1.' _'i'»17c CLASTIC FLY -SWATTERS __2 F =.25c DOMINO DOT SUGAR !&*.,]_ F£l7c SEA * ',KI (TAX EX1RAI SUNTAN LOTION .'^.1 1 ' POUND TOOTHPICKS __..f.,. 9c JUMBO STRAWS /C Picnic favorite* ANN CASE SALAD 5-.--. si MUSTARD 2'jS15c SULTANA STUPED LASS I OR SMALLOLIVES.__"±J;;59c ANN PAfeE CHEERI-AID 6»,,.19c SULTANA PORK & BEANS !.S;19c POTATO SALAD '!.?.'; 25c BARBECUE BEANS 2"a-25e fli" FANCY 1 GR'FRUIT JUICE- - 4 &25e A1 B ALL C U = E IrJSTAr.T COFFEE _.'£•• 47c ^V TfND :D : AF INSTANT TEA :.._.." COCA CC. A I'Jt 0 EXTRA) SOFT DRINKS.. 12 ™: 49c FRENCH FRIES. 2»?.29c AiP FROZEN ORANGE JUICE 2£?,25e RITZ CRACKERS NAE.SCO OREO COOKIES NABISCO FRITOS DIP CHIPS ,. NS .sz E l '£ 49c CLEM'S WAFFLE CHIPS V. : ,25c POTATO STICKS ^ ^ 3 ' / c°.;-10c POTATO CHIPPERS NA,, S CO *:.:'& 33 C Apple Pie SPiCIAL PLUMROSE DANISH Mb. Sin r 33 JA\ C PAR.:E» GIANT JELLY ROLL JAME TARfcjP C"*.CffCi .. . 49c COOKIES ...."P.; 27c CANNED HAMS SMOKED PICNICS CANNED PICNICS BI *T "StJFER-RIGHT" 2 LB. SLICED BACON pkg. $1.15 "SUPER-RIGHT" FRESH DRESSED WHOLE FRYERS Area Qroup HoldQarden School No. 1 With the cooperation of th« Brazoria County Fair Association, the members of the Brazoria County Council of Gardert Clubs began preparing for th« best flower show in the history of the Brazoria County Fair this week by attending Flower Show School No. 1 at the 'fairgrounds in Angleton. Mrs. L. Z. Pledger, of Alvin, ! instructed the course "Flower ! Arangemonts" on Monday, and ! Mrs. John R. SaJois of Daila» i aught "Flower Show Practices" | and "Horticulture" on Tuea- i day. I A record number of 23 mem- :bers out of the 64 registered I for the course, took in the examination on Wednesday. i The object of the flower show i courses is to train garden club i members to become nationally j accredited flower show judges. I After completing five courses : and passing a written exarrun* i ation, they become amateur 1 judges. Then they just judge ' in tive accredited tlower shov/.-, 'nnd participate in accredited shows, winning five blue rib- i bons to qualify as national ju'l- i 2CS. ! The Brazoria County Council i boa.-u. .six nationally accredited j judges and one junior judge, pvi'io \vcie ;tctive in securing i School No. 1 for the Bratoria ' County area. I They are Mr?. B. E. Watson, Frecport, president of the Brazoria County Council, who sorv* ! eH as proctor at the school; Mrs., Bruce Gary, Freeport, Procror; Mrs. Kaymond Kelly, Lake ! .1 a c k s o n. chairman of tha i school; Mrs. ,1. L. Lucas, Free- i port, registrar; Mrs. Pledger, i Ah in, insmicior: Mrs. L. C. j.Morrison. Lake Jackson; and (Mrs. George Sheffield, Angle- I ton. 1 Prominent garden elubben attending as guests of the school were Mrs. Dixie Harris and Mrs. Afton Huweiler of Houston, and Mrs. Marcial Sorrell of Wharton. . School No. 2 will be held in Wharton in November. JULY FOURTH SPECIAL! WHEAT BREAD ^ 15c Pound Cake ':' \'l. 31 c POTATO CHIPS::, .591 SLICED ROLLS 25 YOUNG HEN TURKEYS 20 Young Tom Turkeys 2' FRANKFURTERS BEEF CHUCK ROAST IB. Music Honors Awarded To Angleton Children Two Anglolon children received high honors in the mus- l ical field, recently, when Ward ! Hearn and Vickie Kennedy I'.Y.-IP admitted In the National Fraternity of Student Musicians and Piano Hobbyists of tht Wofld. Ward, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hearn. scored 97.4 in the intermediate class of the national piano audition held in Houston before judges. Vickie's score was 97.5. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Kennedy. Both are students of Dale Shriner of Houston, who conducts classes in Angleton. Each received a diploma and ,T pin fliov.'inj! membership of the fraternity. o On New York restaurant specializing in hamburger with onion keeps a bowl of fresh I pars-lev by the cashiers coun* tier. The parsley, s?ys the res- I taurant, kills the odor of onion nfler eating. CAKE DONUTS WHITE BREAD , ANGtlUI WMIJI O« COIOIID MAISHMAOOWS AtUMIHUM tOU REYNOLDS WRAP 2 35 tUgulor CANNON inKHfr4 K>wu IN EACH P •REEZE DETERGENT 59 Freshly Ground Beef 75* RIGHT" HIVI ' CO'.'JM" DIAL DEODORANT SOAP NSW LI.UIM ' DIAL DEODORANT SOAP 2 2 c 35« HV.IM1O OH HUUkfflt KRAFT CHEESE SPREADS MIlAlLi V.I.IP SALAD DRESSING MMI ORANGEADE IONA HAL; j^i^i-i HAWAIIAN 37* ^ f.\l C'! : ,lorn;-i GRAPES WATE AiP'j rsd rips $ugar-s\veet* v.'ill b« ideal — ic« cold — for v<-ur Fourlh of July outing ne-t T'-- ~y LETTUCE PAPAYAS LA.-.- u r Fl»rida IIMES L 19 Cal.Jarni i Cello Very Special ^>ADDOTC , ; a; |Q C CARKOT5 EJ h Bag TOILET TISSUE WALDORf 4 ,,.. 35c TWO-PLY TOILET TISSUE SOFT-WEVI 2 .0,,, 23 TOILET TISSUE SCOT 1 ISSUE .«,.., 25* SCOTT PAPER TOWELS RoiU ir«MVx berve v/ith Chicken or lurKey ; "* Cranberry Sauce *•*" OCEAN SPRAY =. 23' ;45* 39^ 39* tiM JiHil • ••L L ••• IIWliT • •Wlk • • v • ••• "Sjper-Rignt" Lunch Meats | JK PICKLE & PIMENTO- ", 29c I SPICED LUNCHEON U29c 1 ! .„ i* CHOPPED HAM '£. 49c | OLIVE LOAF.. U31c| • 4% A lift 1 ilmlCr • • " m ^k 1 I IVt/l M W' J V^iF •MB ^Biw ^ ^B ^"^^ 7 (V I Li... .. I Ke.- 1 19 OKRA h< ^cn 15 C 25 C BLACKEYED PEAS LD 10 FACIAL TISSUES CLEANSER SCOTTIES OLD DUTCH (3 Bo" 0< <0 ° _ _^ ! 25 U-ox. Pkg, IU "IN DOING WE LEARN" •— 'lAutnur'K Nsra« Below)— Before * physlclsn rerelves hi.' licenrt to pracllcc medicine iie niusr IPRTII how In 'lo cverylhir.a necessrtrv to diagnose nnd fi'eftt dispa«f. Before we prmrmarjM,s re- rpive o'ir liccn.'o to prictlce pharm;.ry \ie mu>t rompound orefrript.ons under the watchful eves of our mstnic- '.•.II'-. and prove thai we know Inu in properly rompound slid piquet, tlie potency of medicine'. Therefore. :,cur future liPHlth is alwnvs better served \\hen you KO to your physician lot- aduce i.-n »hat >'•> do and what tn uke. >nd aet an 1 ,' net-iied medicine from jour pnamidctst. • York PHYSICIAN CAN i'HO.XK Telephone 3-3381 \Vlli:\ Y(H' NKEJ) A .MKJJlCiXE • Pics up >oaj- itrewi ipiloii If >iv>pijniz ne,jr u>, or Itt us d:'i/vci promptly \uthoutextra M!.K>'I. A ^rc«t mrtiiy peop!-? eiiii'uil u^ -vita the respon- ijition.s. Ma\ we cumiwund VOUI6? • Velasco Rexall Pharmacy 823 GULF BLVD. TQTJ Tport'DTB'PTnW r^KlLbOzCliri J.UJW PHARMACISTS Quotation b%~ George Hfrbcrl (15P3-1S33) ( upvrkbt l!>57 MiWO

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